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Stateside: Economic cost of political division; fall garden tips; chef James Rigato on future of restaurants

James Rigato chef/owner of award-winning Mabel Gray in Hazel Park.
Joe Vaughn
James Rigato chef/owner of award-winning Mabel Gray in Hazel Park.

Today on Stateside, a wakeup call for state leaders from a circle of elite business influentials. Also, the joys of fall growing from the internet phenom MIgardener. And, farm-to-table chef James Rigato on survival during and after the pandemic.

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Michigan’s political divisions are harming the state economically, warn corporate consultants

  • Chad Livengood is senior editor at Crain's Detroit Business.

Don’t pull out those tomatoes yet! And more tips for making the most of your fall garden.

  • Luke Marion is creator of the successful MIgardener YouTube channel and a brick and mortar store of the same name in Port Huron.

Chef Rigato of Mabel Gray on what the transformations of the past few years mean to the restaurant business

  • James Rigato chef and owner of award-winning Mabel Gray in Hazel Park, a small scale space that offers farm-to-table flavor.  
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